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Jim Staley uncovers the real meaning of Isaiah 58:13 which says we cannot do our own pleasure on the Sabbath. Is God really saying that we can't do anything on the Sabbath that brings us pleasure? But what if I find pleasure in reading the Word or playing with my kids?
A careful examination of the original language and ancient documents from 250 B.C. to the first century reveals the real meaning of this verse for us today. If you believe that God meant what He said when He said to remember the Sabbath, then this video is for you!
With Christians all over the world celebrating Halloween, it's time that we get to the bottom of this debate. Should Christians celebrate any form of Halloween? In this Ask Me Anything (AMA) program, I will be answering any and all questions on this topic.
Oct. 29, 2022
The Bible tells us that wives must submit to their husbands, but what about when the husband is a non-believer? Submission in a true Biblical sense does not mean that a wife must sacrifice everything of herself for her husband's sake and it is important to remember that the husband cannot simply tell his wife what she can and cannot do. Submission comes from the trust a wife has in her husband to fulfill the needs of the family and ensure a safe and loving environment, but this can sometimes be a struggle, especially when a couple doesn't share the same beliefs. In this video, Jim Staley discusses what it means for a wife to be submitted to her husband without compromising her faith, as well as how to build bridges in conversation so that a strong and godly family environment can be created despite differences in belief.
AMA - What does the Bible actually says about Hell?
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Yeshua promised eternal life to those who follow Him, but does that mean everyone has eternal life, whether in paradise or hell? There might not be a way of knowing this for sure, but we DO know that the God that we serve is perfect and just! He is the only one that truly knows the conditions of our hearts and the way He has been working with us individually. What we do know from scriptures is that He "will render to each one according to his deeds" and whether if that person is a believer or not, we can trust that He will never over punish someone.